The girls basketball team will begin post-season action on Tuesday, February 15th at 7pm at West Monona High School in Onawa, IA. Click the link below to get your tickets to the event. See you there! https://www.westmonona.org/page/post-season-tickets
Last Saturday, this group of girls competed at state large group speech for Improv. They received a one rating! Congrats Ladies! This morning, to bring the season to a close, some of the large group speech team members were the “rise and shine” morning greeters for the elementary! On February 26, the individual speech team members compete at districts. Good luck, everyone!
In TAG last semester, middle school students enjoyed playing the Stock Market Game. JT Gain, Jake Scott, and Rick Masters received 1st place in the Iowa District of the competition. Awesome job, boys!
This week the students in Art Intro are learning how to use soft pastels.
On Saturday, TJ Nutt, Kolby Scott & Thomas Sisco will wrestle at districts for a chance to qualify for the state tournament. Wrestling will begin at 11:00 in Onawa. Use the link below to purchase tickets for the event. Good luck, boys! https://www.iahsaa.org/tickets/
On Saturday, Emily, Paige, and Jasmine performed in the 46th annual Cyclone Honor Band at Stephen's Auditorium in Ames. Paige and Jasmine were in the Cardinal Band and Emily participated in the Gold Band.
Follow the link below to buy your tickets for tommorrow's sectional wrestling meet in Mapleton. In order to get into the tournament, everyone must purchase a ticket in advance! https://www.iahsaa.org/tickets/
Our Lady Rams finished Western Valley Conference tournament play last night, beating the #3 seed West Monona 67-57. Congrats on the big win ladies! Next game will be Monday, February 7th @ Home vs. IKM-Manning. Go Rams!
The Rams Girls Basketball team takes on West Monona in a conference rematch tonight in Mapleton @ 7:30pm. Pack the stands and support our Lady Rams!
The middle school student council hosted a canned food drive where they collected more than 800 non-perishable items! Mrs. Gran's 3rd grade class and Mrs. Kahl's Hawk Group collected the most items and received ice cream from the Anthon PTO.
Congratulations to our January Hawk of the Month students at MVAO Elementary in Anthon. Students were recognized at an assembly on Monday. January students include: Walter Hill- Preschool, Quinn Baldwin- Kindergarten, Atreyu Luce- Second grade, Josiah Behrens- Third grade, and Braiden Jackson- Fifth grade. NOT PICTURED-- Ryker Lane- First grade
MVAOCOU BPA would like to thank its sponsors for their continued support.
Congratulations to the Jazz Coalition on earning a second place finish at the Simpson Jazz Festival in Indianola. Beau Mohr, bass, and Jasmine Schaffer, alto sax, bring home outstanding soloist awards. Great job to the entire band on an excellent performance!
Today, the Mapleton and Anthon elementaries celebrated the 100th day of school with lots of fun activities! 💯
Tonight the girls basketball team takes on KP in the first round of the Western Valley Conference Tournament. If you can't make it to Kingsley, tune in live on YouTube using this link. Good luck, Rams! https://youtu.be/oI9GDUpQplY
Mrs. Scholl’s Foods II class made noodles and alfredo sauce from scratch today. Looks delicious!
Last week, the second graders in Mapleton took a hands-on approach to science by building volcanos in class.
Congratulations to Kolby Scott and TJ Nutt on their successful weekend at the prestigious John J. Harris tournament! Both boys had some tough competition, but put up a fight with Kolby placing 2nd and TJ placing 5th. Way to represent, boys!
Today, the large group speech team competed at districts in Denison. One of the events made it to state with a division I rating and will be competing again on February 5th. Congratulations to Grayce Hanke, Annamarie Mallory, and Lauren Wolf! Good luck at state, girls!
On Saturday, January 22nd, MVAO Community School will honor Ann Cox with the dedication of a new trophy case in her name to honor the academic achievements of our students. The community is welcome to stop by at 9 a.m. on Saturday morning for a dedication to Ann. Cookies and coffee will be provided to all who stop by.